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  • Evalle and Storm by Dianna Love

    Evalle and Storm by Dianna Love, Beladors Book 10.5 Evalle needs to heal (from the prior book kidnapping and torture). Storm wants to bond with Evalle to make her stronger. And of course, because he loves her. Evalle doesn’t want to harm Storm because the insidious dark magic is still inside her. It’s a bit of a love story in this urban fantasy series. Storm and Evalle are working to solve a murder, this time from Storm’s past Indian heritage, when evil and dark magic threaten their lives. This book is best read as part of the series, but because it takes place mostly with just the two of them from the series, I think it could be read as a standalone romantic suspense. The first couple of chapters do include many of the standard cast of characters including the adorable Feenix, the pet gargoyle. I listened to the audible version by Stephen R Thorne who has narrated since book 4 of the series. Thorne has mastered the pronunciation of all the interesting character names and locations. He is a dynamic narrator with an impressive accent. I really enjoy this urban fantasy series. There is always an incredible amount of danger, thrills, evil magic and the triumph of good. There are tense situations and no easy work for all concerned. I’m really glad to know the series will continue.

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  • Amazing narration with an amazing story!

    Dianna Love's stories always leave me speechless. I feel like this one had an even more profound impact because it has been a long time coming. Storm and Evalle have always been special. To see them get this story, and to have it done so well, gives me the warm, fuzzy feelings you get when you see people you love happy. I've been rooting for them since the beginning of the series, and when I looked back to see when that was, I realized I've known them longer than some of my close friends in "real" life. This novella packed the punch of a novel. Taking Evalle and Storm out of Atlanta for this book was a great decision. I liked seeing the different culture and more of Storm's heritage and family. The way Love brought Evalle into the story was genius. I was wondering how things were going to play out, because she was in quite the pickle, and I didn't think it was a good time for a vacay, but of course, Dianna made it work. I've probably said it before, but I'll say it again. You can't go wrong with a Dianna Love book, especially the Belador Series. The stories are strong, the characters are captivating, and it's easy to become enamored with them. Now is a great time to jump into the Belador world. Each book can stand on it's own, but they are all so magnificent, do yourself a favor and binge this series. As a side note, I also listened to the audiobook of this story. It was wonderful! The narration was perfect. I love when a narrator comes through crystal clear, and adds in a little extra allure to a good story. I don't think any performance could have been better than the one Stephen Thorne did. So don't be afraid to check out the audiobook as well.

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